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Bufva Rollins who has boon on tlw
sick list this weak is now much im
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Miss Con Gary, at Norfolk, Vs.
visited ltr. sod Mrs. J. H. Harris,
Miss Aime Jones,, of Raleigh, was
the week end guest of Mrs. D. R.
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Mrs. Corinme Stilley visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Lelia Brinn, in Dunn last
Mrs. Sam D. Bundy and sons,
James Henry and S. D., Jr., spent the
week end in Seaboard.
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Miss Mary Leah Thome, student
at St. Mary's College, Raleigh, spent
the week end at home.
Milton Williamson, student at Wake
Forest College, spent last Friday
night at his home here.
Mrs. Rebecca Murray and daugh
ter, Sally Bob, of Wilson, spent Sun
day with relatives here.
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Friends will regret to learn that
Mrs. Nannie Y. Lewis is critically ill
at her heme near Farmville.
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Mrs. G. Ale* Rouse and Mrs. Her
bert E. Hart were Greenville and
Rocky Mount visitors, Saturday.
Mrs. David Harris visited Dr. and
lire. S. P. Gay in Greensboro Fri
lay and Saturday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Brieger, Jr., of
Richmond, Va., will be week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Ryon.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Moore and
ions left, Thursday* for a visit of
several days to relatives in Clinton.
Miss Doris Bridgers, of Wilson,
pent several days of this week here
s the guest of Miss Babs Williford.
Mrs. L. A. Dysart returned to Le
noir Wednesday after a week's visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Joy
Carroll Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
loimie Allen, returned Monday from
Wilson Hospital and is recuperating
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Hilda ^Russell Pate, of LaGrange,
! spending several days with her
randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
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Roland Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
. Leroy Parker of Rocky Mount, is
pending the week with Charles
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Mrs. H. B. Humphrey who was
jrmeriy employed at Williams
rocery has accepted a position with
riley Oil Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. John C. Parker were
eek end guests of Mr. Parker's aunt,
Irs. R G. Lytton, and "family at
Mrs. H. C. Outland and son, Ches
ter, r., left recently to join Mr. Oat-I
land in Lexington, where they are
making their home.
Miss Russell Ward, of Norfolk, Vs.,
and Miss Lena Taylor of Wilmington,
will be week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R- LeRoy Rollins.
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Miss Margaret Smith and Mrs.
David L. Jones visited Miss Smith's
mother, Mrs. Mary E. Smith, m Grif
ton, Wednesday afternoon.
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Mrs. T. H. Nichols, who underwent
an operation at Memorial General
Hospital, Kinston^Monday of last
week, is reported improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen and son,
Alex, Mrs. F. M. Davis and Miss
Elizabeth Davis spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Richmond, Va.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and
daughter, Grace, attended the Cor
bett Family Reunion held Sunday in
Red Oak Church Community.
Mrs. Madeline H. Roan tree, of St
stersburg, Fla., arrived Thursday to
spend the summer months with her
mother, Mrs. Dora H. Keel.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lemon of New
York City and Mr. and. Mrs. J. H.
of Norfolk, Vs., spent Easter
and Mm. W. Leslie Smith.
Miss Mary Fitegsrald of
viHe, Va., and Wil
days this week with her
Charies E. Fitagermld, and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
8:80 p. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
8:80 P. M. ? Woman's Otxsicil
meets m the Christian Church.
3:30 P. M.?Woman's Missionary
Society meets in the Baptist
8:80 P. 1L?Women's Society of
Christian Service meets in the
7:30 P. M.?Y.WJL, Baptist, meets
with Mrs. H. B. Humphrey.
8:00 P. M. ? Worker's Council,
Methodist, meets with Miss J?w
8:00 P. M?Mrs. Carol W. Modlin
will entertain at Dessert Bridge
honoring Miss Adelaide Dail,
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7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:80 P. M. ? Woodman of the
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
8:00 P. M.?Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptist, meets in the Assembly
Room of the Churrih with Mrs.
Robert FleMs as hostess.
8:00 P. M.?Junior Woman's C^ub
meets at the Country Club with
Mrs. Clarence C. Hedgepeth and
Mrs. John T. Watson as bost
8:00 P. M.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. Lath Morriss.
3:00 P. M.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. T. S, Ryon.
3:30 P. M.?New Deal Club meats
with Mrs. Henrietta Williamson.
10:00 A. M.?Hit and Miss Club
at the Country Club.
2:30 P. M.?Farmville Home Dem
_ cmstration Club.
3:80 P. M.?Girl Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Farmville 4-H Club.
7:30 P. M.?Masons.
3:30 P. M.?B. & B. Club meets
with Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss.
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
1:00 P. M.?Mrs. Carroll D. Oglesby I
entertains at bridge luncheon com
plimenting Mrs. Roland O. lang,
Jr., recent bride, and Miss Adelaide |
Dail, bridfrelect of the month.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwania Ladies' Night at
the Country Club. Dancing will
follow the dinner program.
George W. Davis and J. H. Moore
atfrynierf & Council meeting of the
Pitt County Parent-Teachers Asso
ciation held in Greenville, Wednes- j
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Sam D. Bundy*returned this week
from Chicago. Mr. Bundy as chair
man presided over a two day session
of the Kiwaais International Commit- |
tee on Achievement reports.
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Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walston
spent Sunday in Locama with Mr. and
Mrs. Gerhman Williamson. Hie Wil
liamsons, former Farmville residents,
moved to Lucama several months ago.
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Mrs. Frank Allen, Mrs. R.
Pickett and Mrs. H. H. Bradham ac
companied Farmville golfers td Tar
boro, Wednesday, Mrs. Bradham
visiting friends, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. |
Pickett speetating at the matches.
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Friends here regret to learn of the
sudden death of Mrs. S. Y. Trimble,
of Bopkinsville, fey., mother of Mrs.
J. Leroy Parker of Rocky Mount,
Which occurred Sunday. Funeral ser
vices were heid Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. D. R. Morgan who has i
patient at Duke Hospital, Durham,
for "the past eight Weeks, returned I
to her home here Saturday. Mrs.
Morgan is recuperating nicely and |
is now able to be out some.
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Mr. and Mn. George Pool, of Elisa-1
beth City, Mr, and Jim. ~ J
ey and c
faculty of the* Farm villa High
School and Supt J. H. Moore attwM
ed a regular quarter*? mauling of
Pitt County Teachers heM. Tuesday
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Mr*. Neal Howard, Mies France*
Howard, Mrs. P. E. Jones and Mrs.
M. V. Jones left Thursday to spend
several days in Richmond, Va. Mrs.
Howard and Miss Howard will also
visit Neal Howard, Jr., at Woodbury
Forest School. *
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Rev. W. L. Glegg, of, Fhyetterville,
wag tits overnight guest Tuesday of
Est. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg, earoute
to the Methodist District Conference
held in Whttakers, Wednesday, when
he delivered the sermon at the 12
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Mis. Robert Lee Smith, Mrs. W. S.
Royster, Mrs. Charles Duke, Mrs. Ted
Albritton, Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver,
Mrs. E, C. Beaman, Mrs. Jofah D.
Dixon and Mia. T. W. Long were
among Farmville visitors to Reeky
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|Mr. and Mrs. T. Eli Joyner, Jr.,
returned Wednesday from their wed
ding tour and are living at present
in the' Joyner home, awaiting <re
modeUng of the residence on the cor
ner of Pine and George streets, which
they will occupy.
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Mrs. W. E. Smith and son, Walton
Smith, of Wilson, were luncheon
guests of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs.
E. R. Clegg, Monday. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Walton Smith,
who recently arrived from London to
join her husband, a discharged veter
Mr*. J. C. Sholdes and acnrCharies
E. Shades, arrived Monday to spend
several days with Mlaa TiUtbs De-1
Viaconti while enroute from Clerve- [
i?nH, Ohio, to Los Angeles, Calif.,
whore they plan to make their home.
Mr. Sholde*. a discharged veteran,
was a frequent visitor here while]
stationed at Cherry Point and Green
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Mr. and Mrs. George C. Moye and |
son, Billy, left Wednesday to retain
to Forest Hills, N. Y., following a
visit with Mrs. EsteUe H. Moye. In
addition to other social courtesies ex
tended them daring their visit, they
were guests of Mr. said Mrs.
Milton Moye of Tarboro, Mr. and I
Mr*. Lawrence Moye, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Moye of Maury, and Mr. and ]
Mrs. A. J. Moye, of Scotland Neck.
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J. H. Moore attended a Business]
IEducation Conference held at the
(woman's College, U.N.C., Greensboro,
1 Friday and Saturday of last week,
and on Monday evening was present
for a meeting of the Planning Com
I mission of the North Eastern Dis-1
Itrict, N. C., Education Association
held in Washington. Mr. Moore is
(president of the United Principals]
Association of this Division.
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Friends here will be interested to
(learn that Per Andreaen, -gjio with
(Mr*. Andresen want several seasons
here on the tobacco market, is again
dated with E. B. Flcklen Tobacco
and will be in Fhnfiville tor the
;et this year. Mr. Atadreeen, who
recently reieraed from service]
g which time he spent quite a
in bk native Norway, was here
Wednesday to reserve rooms for his |
(family for the chming season.
Mrs. T. S. Ryan graciously enter
| tained the Book and Bridge Club Fri
st her home which was lovely
i garden flowers hi shades of]
I red and pink.
Prior to the games party m
wiches and cookies, pickles; and pota
| to chips were served with cocarcolas.
Mrs. W. Alex Alien was a special
guest!*' Top score for the afternoon'
lwas tallied by Mrs. Frank Allen.
Rev. and Mrs. E. W.*Holmes, Mr.
land Mrs. J. W. MiBer, Mr*. J. B. Joy
ner, Mr*. Alfred Moore, Grace Miller
land Videau Joyner attended a region
al meeting of the Baptist Training |
Union held at the First
, - Work con
which resulted in a tie for the,
group, making ail eligible to
the State Contest to be held at
little Miss Henri-Perle Johaon
held favorite recipes of the guests,
fpr use of the bride.
A contest relative to articles, uae
H. Lewis won the prise*
sot holders. /?
The hbnerhe was requested to con
sult her index for unusual recipes
found % the front of the box. These,
recorded in rhymed Verse* directed
her to the many shower gifts found
hidden throughout the home. The
gift of the hostesses wes e set at
breakfast china sad a floml patterned
910th with matching napkins.
Bridal ices, decorated cakes ?d
nuts were served, followed by demi
V Measuring cups and tea balls, tigd
with ribbons, made attractive favors
for the guests.
Mrs. Lang was also honored at a
lovely shower party given, Monday
evening, in the assembly room of the
Baptist Church. Artistic arrange
ments of roses and sweetpeas were
used in decorating.
A musical theme featured the en
tertainment program. A contest
"Spinning the Yarn" gave interest
ing happenings in the hanoree's pest
with predictions for her future. Miss
Elvira Tyson, dressed as a half boy,
half girl, presented a humorous skit
carrying on an imaginary, long dis
tance conversation between the bride
and groom Just prior to their mar
riage. Greetings and advice to the
bride were given hi song titles.
Mrs. Lang was then requested to
sing "Always" from the music riieet
arranged Especially for her on a
large screen, complete with notes of
the chorus. This was made more at
tractive with decouative sprays of
sweetpeas. She was told that this
had been selected as the theme song
for her married life. She was then
instructed to turn the sheet of music,
whereupon the many lovely miscel
laneous gifts from members of the
Woman's Missionary Society, Annie
Perkins Circle and Young Woman's
Auxiliary, were revealed.
Strawberry shortcake was served,
followed by coffee, cheese strews and
There were fifty-five in attend
BRIDGE PARTY HONORS
BRIDE AND BRIDE-ELECT
Mrs. Arthur F. .Joyner entertained
at a lovely dessert bridge party
Thursday evening of last week honor
ing Mrs. Roland O. Lang, Jr., recent
bride, and Miss Adelaide Dail, bride
1 The bridal motif was carried in
table appointments and tallies. Quan
tities of roses, iris, valley lilies and
pansies were fa artistic arrsagaknent
throughout the home and miniature
vasee of mixed flowers decorated the
refreshment tables. :
v (n the bridge games played at four
tables Mrs. Charles Duke was award
ed top score prise, a nest of crystal
ash trays fa pastel shades. The
hostess presented the honoreee gifts,
Mrs. Lang receiving china fa her
pattern and Miss Dail, a crystal bowl.
Invited for the refreshment hour
prior to the games were Mrs. Elbert
?L Holmes, Mrs. R. O. Lug. Sr., Mrs.
Layne Dail, Mrs. Louise Harris and
Mrs. William Easley. Ice cream, cake
and nuts were served.
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Mrs. R. D. Rouse delightfully en
tertained the Literary Club on Wed
nesday afternoon at her home on
South Conlentaea street Beautiful
arrangements of roses were used in
Mrs. W. M. Willis, President, pre
sided over a short business period and
then turned the meeting over to Miss
Tabitha DeVisconti, program fhair
man. She introduced the guest speak
er, Mrs. Jesse Moye, who brought an
informative and touching review of
the bode, We Walk Alone, by Perry
Burgess. Through Mrs. Moyefo de
piction of the life of Ned Langfoid,
the book's hero, her listeners were
apprised of the leper situation thru
out the worid, the work that has
been, and is bring, done to combat
After adjournment the f
sisted by Mrs. Henriett
and Mrs. C. H. Joyner,
berries witir ke^r**? angri food
A red, white and green color scheme
was noted in tha ftoral decorations,
Paul's scarlet roses being wed in
' and flow baskets arepnge
fa center borders for-the
The color scheme was further
The program opened with the High
School song followed by the invoca
tion by Jack Willis. Majorie Kille
brew acted as toastmistrees. Maynard
Thome brought words of welcome
and Daphne Yelverton gave a toast
to the faculty, to which Miss Bertha
Lang responded. Betsy Marries and
Brace Darden toasted the school and
When special entertainers, expected
from out of town, failed to arrive,
students rose to tl|6 occasion and
presented a most enjoyable program.
Tommy Ramey, assisted by Jack Wil
lis and Maynard Thome, gave an im
personation of Frank Sinatra, Mar
garet Williams appeared as Betty
Huthm and Betsy Morriss recited
"The Black Oat"
A number of impersonations of the
teacher* proved especially entertain
ing. In turn, teachers were asked to
describe some humorous situations,
which had occurred to their class
rooms, with Juniors guessing stu
dents involved. ?
Interesting hits of advice were
given the Juniors by J. M. Wheless, Jr.
The class invited as special guests,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore,'members
of the high school faculty and their
Dancing was enjoyed until mid
night, with additional friends joining
the party fpr this portion of the even
ing's entertainment At the intermis
sion, refreshing punch was served
To Attend Weekend
Pfttrol leaders of the Eagle, lion,
Flaming Arrow and Dan Beard pa
trols of the local Boy Scout Troop,
report that most ? of the Farmvilie
Scouts are planning to atteml the
Wilson Camporee this week end.
Patrol 25 mot Tuesday evening,
with Assistant Scoutmaster Joseph
Joyner to charge of the fun period,
when games were enjoyed and a box
tog bout held. James Bennett of the
lion patrol won the Indian Wrestle
Bishop Kern is a strong
and forceful spiritual leader. For
several years he was a member of
the faculty of Southern Methodist
University at Dallas, Texas, slid later
was dean of the school of theology at
that institution, serving them until
1926 when he
torate and was assigned to Travis
Park Methodist Church in San An
tonio, Texas, where he remained un
til elected bishop In ISttft. At the
present time he is serving 4
bishop for the Nashville,
Area sod has supervision over the
Tennessee and the Holston Confer
He will speak on the subject: "Do
We Moderns Need the Man of Gali
The Methodist Hour is a part of
the broadcasting activities of the
Southern Religious Radio Conference
which is composed of radio commit
tees from the Southern Baptist Con
vention, the Presbyterian Assembly
and the Methodist -Church, and will
be heard over this regional network
on May 5 th, May 19th, as! all Sun
day mornings to the month of June.
Dr. -William F, Quillian, executive
secretary of the Southeastern Juris
dictional Council of The Methodist
Church, will introduce Bishop Kern
for this second broadcast of The
for the new
Among thane from Fhrmville Com
munity attending the annual meeting
of the 15th District, N. C. Federation
of Home Demonstration Clubs, held
Xhursday of laet week in Plymouth,
re Mm. L. E. Tumage, Mm J. R.
Gowan, Mrs. Herbert Causey, Mrs. C.
C. Harris, Mrs. Joe Jones, Mrs. C. L.
Jones, Mm Jasper Jones, Mm Lionel
Jonee, from the Ballard's Club; Mrs.
W. B. Hinson, Mrs. C. T. Weetbroofee,
Mrs. Boy BoWting, Mrs. J. H. Bynun\
Mrs. J. R. Lewis, Jflrs. Earl Bagtey,
Mrs. Otis Brock, Mrs. Claude Joyney;
from the Farmrflle Club. .
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administrator
of the Estate of Mm May E. Moore,
decepaed, late of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all pemcma
having claims against the Estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Farmville, N. C, on
or before the 3rd day of May, 1947,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said Estate will please make
This the 1st day of May, 1946.
B. E. MOORE, Admr., of the
Estate of Mrs. May E. Moore,
John B. Lewis, Atty. M-3-6wks
SUNDAY MAY IZth
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